"The Addiction Project" has already had a profound impact inside HBO's offices. Now, the pay cabler hopes it has the same effect on the general population.
"American Idol" may be a ratings powerhouse vs. "The Oprah Winfrey Show" -- "Idol" registers approximately 35 million viewers while "Oprah" attracts a relatively paltry 7 million -- but when it comes…
The networks have shown extreme patience in recent years as fickle viewers ignore critical gems. But with millions of dollars on the line, that patience can only go so far. And as the May upfronts…
Amid all the post-fanfare funk over which faces are behind the three network evening news desks these days, it's not the anchors who are feeling the fallout, it's their exec producers.
The long-running conflict between TV execs and Russia's political elite has spilled over onto a new field of play -- the soccer pitch.
In Thailand all television is political. Very political. The military coup in September ushered in a government that is said to be transitional. But it shows no sign of wanting to re-establish…
On March 2, Paolo Vasile, CEO of Spanish terrestrial web Telecinco, sat down with analysts to pour over full year results. He was oozing confidence.
What a difference a couple of months make. There appears to be no stopping Fox, which resided in primetime's basement for the first half of the season, from steamrolling to its third consecutive demo…
For someone reckoned to be a consummate corporate operator, ITV topper Michael Grade's first meaningful encounter with the British press was remarkably corporate averse.
Tuning In: Changes in ratings for areas like daytime and nightly news occur at such a glacial pace that when movement does occur, a "CSI"-like search for culprits immediately begins.
On the cable network G4, you don't just sit back and watch an episode of "Star Trek." While the show is unspooling, one corner of the screen, called the "Spock Market," is urging you to log in to…